[linux-audio-announce] [ann] pnpd-0.00.2

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Date: Sunday, December 10, 2006 - 10:23 am

hi all,

(sorry for cross-posting)

i'd like to announce the first release of pnpd, that's actually usable
for audio synthesis. as i was able to use it in a concert last week, i
consider it as reasonably stable, however, it's still in an early stage
of development.

pnpd is a new computer music system. it's based on a dataflow syntax,
that is closely related to pd or max/msp, although it introduces some
new concepts. at the moment, it doesn't contain a graphic user
interface, but a text-based patcher language. it can be controlled via
osc and support audio i/o via portaudio, the dsp backend is highly
optimized for performance, especially for cpus supporting sse

at the moment, it's not documented very well, however, there are a few
test patches to describe the patcher language. the basic procedure is
writing a patcher file, compiling it into the xml file for pnpd an
loading that into the command line interpreter. it's still alpha
software, but it's important that it's getting used to find




atm, it's only tested under linux, but it shouldn't be hard, to port it
to windos or osx.

cheers ... tim

tim@klingt.org ICQ: 96771783

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John Coltrane

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[linux-audio-announce] jackEQ -0.3.5, Patrick Shirkey, (Thu Nov 13, 5:39 pm)
[linux-audio-announce] [ann] pnpd-0.00.2, Tim Blechmann, (Sun Dec 10, 10:23 am)
[LAA] OpenAV : Luppp release!, Harry van Haaren, (Wed Dec 11, 8:04 am)